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withng a the first family attending at st. jo prayer service at st. john's church across from the what inaugurat white house an inauguration day tradition. later, it was off to the capitol for the inaugural ceremonies. >> i, joseph, r. biden jr. -- >> pelley: vice president joe biden was sworn in by supremee court justice sonia sotomayor. >> please raise your right hand. r >> pelley: then just before noon chief justice john robertserts administered the oath to the president. >> i, barack hussein obama, do >> i, solemnly swear... >> pelley: there were no slipups on the oath as there were last time.e read this year the chief justice read the oath off a note card. >> so help me god. >> pelley: in his inaugural address, the president said ad america's possibilities areica's poss limitless. >> my fellow americans, we arehis mo made for this moment and we will seize it so long as we seize itwe s together. >> pelley: beyonce wowed the crowd with her performance of the national anthem. >> ♪ by the dawn's early light...♪ >> pelley: then as the president then as t left the platform and h
, congress has refused requests for more money and cut the state department budget. senator john mccain, a critic of the administration's response to the attacks, said clinton's answers were unsatisfactory. >> the american people and the families of these four brave americans still have not gotten the answers that they deserve. i hope that they will get them. >> reporter: secretary clinton connected what happened in benghazi to the rise of al qaeda splinter groups in nearby mali and the recent terrorist attack in algeria. she warned the events are linked. instability in north africa has opened a pandora's box of threats against the united states. >> pelley: margaret, thank you. one man who will be called in to deal with those threats is general john allen, and we learned today that president obama will resubmit allen's nomination as commander of nato forces in europe. the pentagon investigated general allen for sending potentially inappropriate e- mails to a florida woman linked to the david petraeus scandal, but yesterday allen was cleared of wrongdoing. the battle over the debt ce
changed, elections have changed. >> reporter: reports from nancy cordes on capitol hill and john blackstone in california. with more than 200 dead in the brazilian nightclub fire, michelle miller looks at weather american clubs are safe. which is better for breast cancer survival: lumpectomy or mastectomy? dr. jon lapook on a new study. and with all eyes on the super bowl city, mark strassmann discovers an army of volunteers still rebuilding homes seven years after katrina. >> this is where i want to be, back here in new orleans. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, when republicans and democrats say they have found agreement on a major controversy, that's news. and that's where we begin tonight. influential members of the senate-- four from each party-- said today they have a breakthrough on comprehensive immigration reform. which would include a pathway to citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants and tough enforcement of the borders. immigration is also one of the president's highest priorities for his secon
is bullish on stocks. john rogers of ariel investments joins us with his top buys now. and after a week of heavy selling, apple is no longer the world's biggest company, exxon mobil goes back to number one. that and more tonight on "n.b.r." what a week, what a month, what a year. the stock market is on a tear with both the dow and s&p 500 closing at their highest level in five years. some say the gains are seasonal, others point to fundamentals. here's a look at today's numbers. the dow surged 70 points. the blue chip index nearing 14,000 and its record high back in 2007. the nasdaq added 19. and, the s&p gained eight closing above the important 1,500 mark and advancing for its eighth day in a row. suzanne pratt takes a closer look a what's behind the recent rally in stocks. >> reporter: as months go, january is typically a good one for the stock market. this january, however, is the best investors have seen in years. so far, the dow is up 6%, the s&p 500 has gained more 5% and the nasdaq is up 4.3%. and, if it weren't investors slicing up apple, the nasdaq and s&p 500 would be even bet
.s. attorney for the southern district of new york, white led prosecution teams that convicted mob boss john gotti, a vicious mob killer who had escaped prosecution by tampering with juries. white kept her jury anonymous and sequestered. she built the best set of terrorism prosecutors in america, convicting the blind sheik for conspiracy to bomb the united nations and other new york landmarks. she also convicted ramsey youseff for the 1993 world trade center bombing. and she was on osama bin laden's trail before anyone, indicting the al qaeda leader for the deaths of 18 u.s. soldiers in somalia in 1993, charges that later included the 1998 bombings embassies in kenya and tanzania. >> so i'd say that's a pretty good run. you don't want to mess with mary jo. mary jo does not intimidate easily. and that's important. because she has a big job ahead of her. the s.e.c. played a critical role in protecting our financial system during the worst of the financial crisis, but there's much more work to be done to complete the task of reforming wall street and making sure that american investors are bett
, and man, it was -- it was tough. >> reporter: shelby's dad, john michael, works at a water treatment plant outside denver. her mom was a pharmacist. they made pretty good money, but the nursing home bills alone were bankrupting the couple. shelby, of course, was told none of this but knew all of it. >> because i could see how sad he was and i decided to help him. >> i says, well, okay, see what you can do. i just never thought she would take it to this level. >> reporter: what shelby did was basically start farming. at the age of nine, she got a loan from her grandma and bought lots of chickens. >> i have 135, about. >> reporter: nevermind she didn't come from a farming family. nevermind the 50-pound feed bags. shelby was determined to tackle this. >> come on, girls. >> reporter: she had run the numbers and figured there was money in eggs if you did it right. >> thank you. >> reporter: which she did. shelby became the youngest farmer in america to win the animal welfare seal of approval, which basically means her chickens have the life. >> i h
! >> pelley: the top u.s. commander in afghanistan general john allen was cleared of miss conduct today. allen was investigated for sending potentially inappropriate e-mails to a woman linked to the david pa trace scandal, but pentagon investigators have now determined there was no miss conduct by general allen. in case you missed it, the president and mrs. obama attended two inaugural balls last night. at the commander in chief ball, they danced to al green's "let's stay together." you may remember the president singing a bit of that last year. the first lady's ruby red gown was designed by jason wu. he also designed her inaugural gown four years ago. beyonce's performance of the national anthem at the inauguration got rave reviews but today questions were raised about whether she was actually singing or lip synching. sources telling us that beyonce was singing live. but over a prerecorded track. she recorded that track earlier in case something went wrong. and the musical accompaniment by the marine band, that was a recording. there is one state in america where the glass ceiling has been o
in a nursing home and, man, it was -- it was tough. >> reporter: shelby's dad, john michael, works at a water treatment plant outside denver. her mom was a pharmacist. they made pretty good money, but the nursing home bills alone were bankrupting the couple. shelby, of course, was told none of this-- but knew all of it. because i could see how sad he was and i decided to help him. >> i says, well, okay, see what you can do. i just never thought she'd take it to this level. >> reporter: what shelby did was basically start farming-- at the age of nine she got a loan from her grandma and bought chickens, lots of chickens. >> i have 135 about. >> reporter: never mind she didn't come from a farming family. never mind the 50 pound feed bags. shelby was determined to tackle this. >> come on, girls! >> reporter: she'd run the numbers and figured there was money in eggs if you did it right. which she did. shelby became the youngest farmer in america to win the animal welfare seal of approval which basically means her chickens have the life. >> i have to make sure chickens get out, get to eat bugs, the
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